Mostrim Road, Ballymahon, Co. Longford

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Detached House
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Detached House


Contact Name: Mark Nestor

Agent: Mark Nestor Property Services Ltd

PSR Licence Number: 004165

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Key Features

Exceptionally Presented Residence on circa 1 Acre Landscaped Site
Large South Facing Kitchen
Dual Central Heating System Incorporating Back Boiler
Master Bedroom has recently been fitted with an updated En Suite Bathroom
Large Decking Area to Rear of Property
Detached garage with potential to convert to a separate living annex
Situated on the Ballymahon-Edgeworthstown Road
Within Walking Distance to Ballymahon Town Centre
Mains Water & Sewage services

Property Description

Presented to the Market by MARK NESTOR PROPERTY SERVICES is this excellent example of town living in a detached residence lying within walking distance of Ballymahon town.

The property sits on a large landscaped site of circa. 1 Acre and has the added benefit of a large detached garage/workshop area that could potentially be turned into a separate annex/living accommodation.

This family home is presented to the market in excellent condition and boasts many interior features.

Accommodation includes a large warm and welcoming hallway, a large south facing kitchen with separate utility, a spacious living room and a separate sitting room to the front of the property. Three large double sized bedrooms with master en-suite and a family bathroom complete the accommodation.

Local History:
Ballymahon is a town steeped in history deriving its name from the Gaelic, Baile Mathuna, town of Mahon. Mahon was a Western chieftain who fought a famous battle in the vicinity of Ballymahon at Shrule (in Irish, Sruaith Fhuil, River of Blood). Mahon defeated OMourke of Leitrim at this battle and laid claim to the lands in the area. Hence the town of Mahon originated. Two main families, the Shuldham family of Moigh House and the King-Harmans of Newcastle developed the town in the mid-nineteenth century. The Newcastle house was originally established c1680. Robert Choppayne is credited with building the centre block.

Local Geography:
Ballymahon is situated almost in the very central plain of Ireland, it€TM the most southern town in the County of Longford. The N55 which serves North-South traffic passes through the town. The River Inny flows through Ballymahon and enters Lough Ree on the River Shannon 5 kilometres west of the town.

The location of the town is ideal for manufacturing industries and distribution services as it is within easy access of any part of Ireland.

The buildings in the town are of late Georgian architecture, with two and three storey gabled houses, colour-washed and in rows of three and four. A special feature of the town is its wide main street.

Amenities on your Doorstep in Ballymahon:

Kayaking : The Inny Kayak Club is located near Inny Park. The club was established in 1988 by a local man and it has developed much over the last years. Longford County Council has created a safe and accessible launching point as well as a landing point down at Inny Park. The club has qualified instructors who teach seniors and juniors, young and old how to canoe.

Ballymahon Walkways: Ballymahon has a host of beautiful walks for hikers or just leisurely strolls for the ambler. The Royal Canal near Ballymahon has 10 kilometres of landscaped walkways with scenic views such as at Mullavornia overlooking Lough Drum.

There are numerous cut stone bridges, old store house buildings and loughs to add to the pleasure. Rambling through the many forest trails in Newcastle Woods or by the banks of the Inny is a must for the keen walker.

Angling in Ballymahon: Ballymahon is ideally located to present the local angler - local amenities include the River Inny, Lough Ree and the Royal Canal.

Center Parcs: Center Parcs Longford Forest opened in July 2019. It is the sixth Center Parcs holiday village and a first for Ireland. Located on the outskirts of Ballymahon, its modern and comfortable accommodation, coupled with its luxurious Aqua Sana Spa and over 100 indoor and outdoor activities for young and old have made it Ireland's largest tourist attraction.

Directions: Eircode N39 AK22

Viewing: Please contact us on 090 64 09095 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

Disclaimer: Mark Nestor Property Services endeavor to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

BER Details

BER No. 114800048

Energy Performance Indicator: 0.00 kWh/m2/yr

This property was last updated: 13 days ago

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Selling Agent

Mark Nestor Property Services Ltd
16 Castlemaine Street Athlone Co. Westmeath

Contact Name: Mark Nestor

PSR Licence Number: 004165

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This Detached House located at Mostrim Road, Ballymahon, Co. Longford is currently for sale. This property was last updated by Mark Nestor Property Services Ltd 13 days ago. Mostrim Road, Ballymahon, Co. Longford is priced as: €249,000 and has 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms. View all properties for sale in Ballymahon, Co. Longford. View properties for sale with 3 bedrooms in Ballymahon, Co. Longford.
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Mostrim Road, Ballymahon, Co. Longford